It is with much diffidence that I venture to address any assembly on the subject of this paper, or, indeed, discuss the Liturgy at all. On questions connected with the origin, the relations, the extension, or the history of the Roman rite, much has indeed been said and learnedly written any time during this last fifty or sixty years ; much has been disputed with regard to it within certain circles, and hotly disputed too. Yet, after all, as the result of so much labour and zeal it cannot be... Topics: Catholic Church -- Liturgy, Liturgics, "Weekly register" reprints, Lord's Supper --...
CONTENTS PART I : LITURGICAL I. The Genius of the Roman Rite 1 II. On the History of the Christian Altar 20 III. The Earliest Roman Mass Book (the Gelasianum) 39 IV. On some Early Manuscripts of the Gregorianum 62 V. On the Early Texts of the Roman Canon 77 VI. Kyrie Eleison : A Liturgical Consultation 116 VII. The Litany of Saints in the Stowe Missal 137 VIII. 'Spanish Symptoms' 165 VIII a. More 'Spanish Symptoms' (by Mgr G. Mercati) 203 IX. On the Origin of the Prymer 211 X. On the Origins of... Topics: Catholic Church -- Liturgy, Catholic Church -- History, Catholic Church, Liturgics, Liturgie,...
byGasquet, Francis Aidan, Cardinal, 1846-1929; Bishop, Edmund, 1846-1917; White, Andrew Dickson, 1832-1918. fmo
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byChurch of England; Cranmer, Thomas, 1489-1556; Bishop, Edmund, 1846-1917; Legg, J. Wickham (John Wickham), 1843-1921; British Library. Manuscript. Royal 7 B IV
"Edited in part by [Edmund Bishop] ... in two or three appendices to a volume brought out in 1890, bearing the title of Edward the Sixth and the Book of common prayer, with Cardinal Gasquet and Mr. Bishop as authors."--Pref